Those of you who have chosen the life of a digital nomad have already embraced the notion of swapping the dead-end 9-5 office job for technology-based work while exploring the world. It’s a romantic idea; logging into your laptop from the hotel balcony, taking in the views of a beautiful sunset, and knowing that you’ll be jetting off elsewhere next week. Telecommuters are known to have relatively high morale and lower stress levels, so the nomadic lifestyle is clearly one which can pay off. However, it’s important to understand the challenges of remote working when you’re not location-specific. Continue Reading “Knuckling Down to Work and Staying Connected as a Digital Nomad”
What if you could work from a place like this? (hint)
A few months ago we shared with you our experience switching from traditional to remote jobs. That article had quite a bit of success, which made us think that many of our readers are looking to do the same. Now we have decided to go one step forward in helping our readers get the remote jobs they deserve. Continue Reading “10 Startups Hiring For Non-Tech Remote Jobs | April 2017”
The following post is a guest article from Toptal.
Over the past several months, we’ve published a number of lifestyle posts encouraging people to try working remotely, or even to embrace a nomadic lifestyle. We are a distributed team, and our day-to-day operations involve a lot of online communication between people in different time zones, working from home offices, co-working spaces, or holiday spots. We’re living proof that remote work, for lack of a better word, works. Continue Reading “Things To Watch Out For While Working Remotely”
A few weeks ago we shared with you our experience switching from traditional to remote jobs. That article had quite a bit of success, which made us think that many of our readers are looking to do the same. Now we have decided to go one step forward in helping our readers get the remote jobs they deserve. Continue Reading “10 Startups Hiring For Non-Tech Remote Jobs This Month”
We are inaugurating a new section that will go under “travel” which will be dedicated exclusively to getting the most out of your layover. Continue Reading “You Have A 9 Hour Layover, Now What?”
Waterfalls, jungles, beaches, and the Andes. Where else but the middle of the world? Check out some highlights from the 3 weeks we spent in beautiful Ecuador: Continue Reading “Video | Ecuador: Quito, Guayaquil, Montañita, Baños, Puyo”
Cuban beaches, some of the best beaches in the world. We miss them. We have put together a few clips from our visit to Playas del Este in Havana, Playa Ancón in Trinidad and Varadero:
Are you as well-traveled as you thought you were?
We are currently one country down in our two-month, six-country trip. Due to its proximity to Chile, Bolivia was our first stop and also (probably) our shortest, as we spent a total of five days there.
Passports are all different and it’s no secret that some of them open more doors (or countries) than others. Henley & Partners, a consulting firm specializing in residence and citizenship planning, has recently released its Visa Restrictions Index for 2016, “a global ranking of countries according to the travel freedom that their citizens enjoy” in collaboration with the International Air Transport Association.